Julian Sarafian, Renowned Mental Health Advocate/Attorney, On 5 Things People Find Frustrating in Bathrooms & – EIN News

When multiple people share the same bathroom/shower combo, the space becomes World War III in a battle of the body washes.”

— Julian Sarafian, CEO of Nest Mode

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, June 30, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Julian Sarafian, acclaimed entrepreneur and mental health advocate, is currently on a journey to revolutionize shower storage. He created Nest Mode, a company using the latest and greatest technologies to simplify shower storage, and the Company has raised nearly $15,000 within the first two weeks of launching on Kickstarter.

Though a lawyer by trade (Sarafian represents influencers and content creators), he and the team at Nest Mode are aiming to raise $270,000 through crowdfunding to take the product to its next stage of development. “It’s a lofty goal,” Sarafian said, “but we wanted to give the product its run on a crowdfunding platform before we looked into other avenues of going to market (investing, partnerships, etc.). But until Nest Mode hits the shelves, he is offering a few pieces of advice for shower storage. See Sarafian’s thoughts below:

1. Not having a separate shower enclosure

“Roommates, rejoice. When multiple people share the same bathroom/shower combo, the space becomes World War III in a battle of the body washes. Forget the fact that you don’t have enough space for everyone’s stuff, the blending of a shower with a bathtub, architecturally, saves space at the expense of design and aesthetics (no one has requested a hotel suite with a combined shower and bathtub, last I checked). Also, does anyone seriously want to take a relaxing bath in the same tub that folks use to shower every day? From a hygiene standpoint, the combo shower/bathtub leaves a lot to be desired. Saving space and cleaning up these combos – beginning with how we organize our shower accessories and products – can help give them a more elegant and organized feel.”

2. Inadequate bathroom ventilation

“I love how moist and humid my bathroom gets” – said no one ever. Ventilation in a bathroom is crucial to hygiene and personal health and yet many bathrooms don’t adequately account for this by design. Overhead fans are low-powered, sometimes there are no windows, and the way we house our shower accessories (on the floor or on shelves) naturally builds up mold and mildew at the bottom of the bottles and accessories. No thank you.”
3. Not enough built-in storage

“Showers were not designed with the number and variability of accessories we use in 2022. Most often there are a couple of ledges – usually afterthoughts of the design of the shower itself – on which we are expected to store our shampoos, conditioners, washes, facial products, razors, toothbrushes, bar soaps, loofahs, and much more. If you have more than one person sharing your bathroom, let alone a group of folks sharing a bathroom, the problem multiplies. To say there is a shortage of real estate in our showers is an understatement.”

4. The design or quality of bathroom units, products, or furniture

“Bathrooms are parts of our home. Toilets, sinks, and cabinetry – also pieces of our bathrooms – have tasteful and elegant options for folks looking to make their potty rooms feel homier. But enter the shower, and suddenly all bets are off. Ugly metal poles hanging from the shower head, plastic mesh shelves for accessories, and if you’re lucky, enough space for your stuff. Showers are barely hanging on by way of practicality, let alone being used as spaces for …….

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